If your probation is over, all your fines and supervision fees have been paid you can get it expunged now. Even if your probation isn"t over, if all the supervision fees have been paid, you can get your probation terminated now and get it expunged.
I found a friend od. I called 911 police and emt arrived. They searched house but there were no drugs. They searched my purse and I had bc powder in a bottle of tylenol. And was arrested charged with possession n man. Of herion. They tested it for cocaine but refused to test for her. I had to spend... Read more »
Bar said something along the lines of that people who don’t “support and respect” the cops “might find themselves without the police protection they need.” This was all framed in a context of political decent.
For our attorney general to say that feels like a threat especially... Read more »
What the Attorney General said was both inappropriate and highly improper, in my opinion. What you can do is make your voice heard in the ballot box next November at the next presidential election by choosing a candidate who will not keep this particular attorney general in his position. The only...Read more »
California Penal Code section 15 says that unless 1. Death or 2. Imprisonment or 3. Fine or 4. Removal from Office or 5. Disqualification to hold office is annexed upon conviction, there is no felony of misdemeanor.
Your question does not make sense and you've indicated that you're represented by an attorney so no other lawyers can ethically provide legal advice absent your legal counsel's authorization/presence. Talk to your attorney and get him to provide answers in writing if you feel you're not being fully...Read more »
I was arrested and jailed The next day I received a visit from the P.D. office and was given the P.C. Affidavit. Three months later while still jailed I received in the mail that I was given a new P.D. I REQUIRED the newly appointed P.D. To send me a copy of the states discovery. After reception of... Read more »
I'm on a very small HOA BOD. We recently collected a special assessment to fix a washed out culvert. We collected a special assessment based on an estimate we had received from a local contractor. We were able to repair the culvert for less with another contractor.
It is difficult to provide you with an accurate answer, more details about your case are certainly needed. It is in your best interest to contact an attorney who will, at minimum, review your case and provide counsel on what your next steps and options are.
I can't speak for criminal court procedures, but your question bridges two categories, civil and criminal. For civil matters, depending on the jurisdiction, some clerks and case managers grant adjournments over the phone. I've been granted adjournments over the phone. Some courts will not; they...Read more »
I have been diagnosed with mental health and alcoholism, I signed and notarized a document coerced, manipulated and pressured by my wife. while I sent it to her, without my lawyers approval or review, I trusted my wife, again, I know, so she used me and manipulated me, she knows how very well.... Read more »
First the Good news: Everything you said about chronic alcoholics often being unable to think clearly, or understand what they are doing, or why they are doing it, or understand the effect of what they did, or understand what they should or should not be doing, etc. is 100% correct. And most books...Read more »
After the UA, I was ordered to enroll in a program I'd have to attend twice weekly, in addition to 2 NA meetings/wk. I was able to find a nearby NA group, which I've been attending. But the other program is 25 miles away from me, I no longer drive b/c of my illness, & the nearest bus-stop is 9... Read more »
You are clearly willing to work on your drug issue. It appears you are a Probation officer's most challenging case: a probationer in need of help who is trying to get the help, who cannot because of money! You can tell your PO that "back sliding" is the most prevalent issue facing people who are...Read more »
My house and garage were broken in my car and belongs stolen. The criminals got hold of the title and by means of fraud and forgery (they falsified my signature) were able to switch over the title to somebody else. Not only was my signatures falsified but the title itself was not up to BMV... Read more »
No, you’re not going to have a good case against the BMV. It’s a government agency which means it has qualified immunity. That basically boils down to you cannot sue then over mistakes only affirmative conduct. So unless they were in on the scam, you’re going to have to go after the thieves...Read more »
I cite such cases and denote that they are on appeal. Opposing counsel is likely to know the disposition of any of the cases you contemplate using anyway; take that as a given. It's best to be forthright. Not mentioning a case's status as being on appeal is not likely to fool anyone, and if it does...Read more »
Any person who in good faith seeks medical assistance for a person experiencing or believed to be experiencing a drug overdose shall not be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for a drug violation if the evidence for the arrest, charge, or prosecution of such drug violation resulted...Read more »
It is not likely that criminal charges would be brought if you agree to repay the money. Nonetheless, because criminal charges are possible it would be wise to consult with a criminal defense attorney before approaching the EDD. Good luck to you.
It is not illegal to date just because you are under 18. However, if you and your boyfriend have a sexual relationship, he could be charged with statutory rape because you are under the age of consent. The law says a female under the age of 18 is incapable of consenting to sex, so be safe and...Read more »
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